Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Pearl Jam 1995-11-02 Delta Center: Salt Lake City, UT(SV052 - "THE MONKEYWRENCH CHRONICLES VOL. II: ABANDON")
SV052 - "THE MONKEYWRENCH CHRONICLES VOL. II: ABANDON"
November 2, 1995
Delta Center: Salt Lake City, UT
Show Source: 2-source mix: [Mono FM (Monkeywrench radio) > dat > cdr] +
[Nakamichi CM-700 + CP-701 > Sony TCD-D7 > dat-M > cdr1 > flac > .wav] > flac
Aftershow Source: FM > analog > cdr > flac (various spots of static patched with FM
> dat > cdr)
Nakamichi Source Info
Location: first section back from the stage about 20 rows up, even with the PA
Lineage: DAT master > CDR > .flac
DAT>CDR Transfer: Sony DTC-75ES > M Audio Delta 24/96 > Steinberg WaveLab
CDR>FLAC Transfer: EAC > FLAC frontend > .flac
Encoded by cps 7/24/04
Digital Editing and Mixing: Bill Graham
Artwork: Allen Robertson
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03 Even Flow
04 Last Exit
07 Not for You
09 Better Man
11 Glorified G
12 Daughter/(Young Man Blues)/(W.M.A.)
01 I Got Shit
02 Brain of J
04 State of Love and Trust
06 encore break
07 Sonic Reducer
09 Leaving Here
11 Yellow Ledbetter
01 Yellow Ledbetter (reprise)
02 "Hang Out"
03 ? -?
04 "Fastbacks in the House"
05 (Frank's Wig - Bloodloss)
06 Beauty of the Rose - The Gits
07 Drunks - The Gits
08 "Impromptu Rock 'n' Roll Session"
09 Mommy's Little Monster - Social Distortion
10 "An Issue Update"
11 Holley 750 - Zeke
12 West Seattle Acid Party - Zeke
13 "Jeremy on the Air"
14 Little Star - Sicko
15 "Buy that Album"
16 I Can't Stop Smiling - Velocity Girl
17 "Destroying PBS"
18 Today is a Good Day - Mudhoney
19 Little Star - Sicko (again)
20 "Bogus" (^)
21 Innocent When You Dream - Tom Waits
22 "A Request" (%)
23 "Rock on Chicago" (#)
24 "Crunt & Home Alive"
25 Leaving Here - Pearl Jam
26 "Nirvana White and Dylan's Garbage" ($)
27 "The Sticker Conspiracy" (@)
28 "In the Home Stretch" (!)
29 "The Phone is Back" (*)
30 "Dancing & The Jacksons" (~)
31 "Water in the Speakers"
32 And You - The Fastbacks
33 "Good Night"
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(^) "Train Song" by Tom Waits is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
(%) "Reclamation" by Fugazi is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
(#) "Swine" by Crunt is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
($) "My Back Pages" by Bob Dylan is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
(@) A song by Sonic Youth is played at the end of this track, but the entire song is cut out by the taper
(!) "Dancing Barefoot" by Patti Smith is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
(*) An unknown song (by the B-52s?) is played and cut out by the taper at end of this track
(~) "Leafy Incline" by Tad is played at the end of this track, but almost the entire song is cut out by the taper
Show Recording Notes
This source is not to be confused with the already circulating "[MWFM] + [Nakamichi 700s > Sony TCD-D7] > CDR > SHN"
source. During the mixing of that, one source was placed in the left channel and one in the right; for this version, both
sources have been mixed fully into both channels.
Aftershow Recording Notes
The aftershow has been assembled by patching two separate sources together (the only two known sources to exist).
On both sources, some songs were cut out near the latter part of the broadcast, but all the talking by the various participants is complete.
Artwork and Release Notes
This is the discs 3, 4, and 5 in a fan-created 18-disc boxed set called "The Monkeywrench Chronicles".
Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons)
Monkeywrench Radio broadcast this show. The improv after 'Daughter' is a modified 'Young Man Blues' modifying the lyrics to "young girl's blues." 'Brain of J' premieres. Ed comments about how "it's almost like tonight we're playing for you and last night we were playing for your parents." This comment is made because the crowd (from the night before seemingly) isn't very responsive and (according to his comments on Monkeywrench Radio), they had intended to play a little longer (extra encore), but everyone left early!
Extra special thanks to Carl Sylvester, John Reynolds, Dan Leehr, and Gary Ferrari for their invaluable help.
This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a series of
the best Pearl Jam shows in existence. If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.
Compiled on 8/1/04 by BLG. More notes by spacedvest on 8/22/04.